Campus Stories

Dining with Diabetes
University of Delaware Cooperative Extension will offer a Dining with Diabetes program on Wednesdays, Feb. 11-25, at the Health Sciences Complex on the STAR Campus.
PCS announces discounts
A new discount has been established for University of Delaware students who wish to take advantage of professional development programs offered by Professional and Continuing Studies.
Professional development
The Nonprofit Management Certificate Course at the University of Delaware is celebrating its 25th year of nonprofit professional development.
A taste of psychology
A new Winter Session course gives students insights into basic psychological principles in relation to food.
New master's program
A multidisciplinary master's degree in entrepreneurship and design at UD will accept its first cohort of students this year.
MALS spring semester
UD's nontraditional and multidisciplinary Master of Arts in Liberal Studies program is continuing to accept applications for spring semester.
'Campus Chatter' lectures
College interviews on edgy topics jump off the page and onto the stage in the new musical "Campus Chatter" to be performed March 20-21, and the public is invited to a series of Winter Session lectures on the production.
Jan. 5-Feb. 5: USC winter events
The University Student Centers will host a variety of events throughout the month of January to keep winter Blue Hens warm and entertained throughout the academic session.
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Reliving Newtown in a college classroom

The Chronicle of Higher Education, Dec. 11, 2014

In an op-ed, University of Delaware senior Emily Floros of Newtown, Connecticut, writes about her reaction to coverage of the shootings at Sandy Hook elementary school and classroom discussions about ethics in journalism.

UD students protest grand jury decisions in march down Main Street

Newark Post, Dec. 8, 2014

Chanting "Hands up, don't shoot" and "Black lives matter," protesters marched along Main Street on Saturday afternoon, expressing dissatisfaction with injustice nationally and locally. That was the third event that has taken place in Newark over the past two weeks, including a rally in front of UD's Memorial Hall and a "die-in" in the Trabant University Center.

UD's Harker: Dollars, value, globally warmed chickens

Cape Gazette, Dec. 5, 2014

At the global level, University of Delaware President Patrick Harker told members of the press in Lewes that UD, through engineering and environmental technologies, is helping to “bend the curve” to help ease the pressure on natural resources.


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